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    If in the wrong section please move to beauty as it was just intending on being a general discussion

    Just a curious thread as to what everyone uses for their daily facial skincare / bodycare etc
    So I use

    Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
    http://www.boots.com/en/Liz-Earle-Me...r-Kit_1551226/

    Original Source Mint and Tea Tree Shower gel
    http://www.boots.com/en/Original-Sou...wer-250ml_621/

    Aztec Secret Indian Healing Facial Clay
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aztec-Secre.../dp/B0014P8L9W

    That's about it
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    I'm Awful I do nothing at all, but I have never been a spotty person and always have soft skin. But I als don't wear any makeup so that also helps my skin I feel like I should start doing some though as I will probs need to later on in life x
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    (Original post by CrazyKittenLady)
    I'm Awful I do nothing at all, but I have never been a spotty person and always have soft skin. But I als don't wear any makeup so that also helps my skin I feel like I should start doing some though as I will probs need to later on in life x
    Gurl get a routine !
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    for exfoliating i use FCUK's polished sugar scrub, then i use Aesop's amazing face cleanser. Once my skin is dry but still a bit moist i use creme de la mer moisturising lotion but only a tiny bit cause it cost a fortune. Then i put on my Chanel CC cream as a base for my foundation, and after that its makeup!
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    That is pretty dangerous stuff, you should be careful.
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    Dove soap then Baby Oil after drying.

    I use to buy all these fancy face washes, toners, creams/ whatever but you just realize it's more about what you eat, no point putting on Lady beauty's beautiful beauty face beauty wash/ cream if you eat kebabs everyday.
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    All the fancy, expensive stuff is a rip-off and not worth it at all in my opinion. They also tend to be harsh and full of chemicals so make my skin horrible anyway.

    Honey once every two days,
    Tea tree oil moisturiser morning and evening,
    Coconut oil and sugar scrub when I feel like I need it.
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    Etude House toner, cosme decorte moisture liposome essence, L'oreal youth code night/ day cream, MTM Japan eye cream! Mostly Japanese brands because Japanese skincare is bomb. Oh and the occasional weekly exfoliating + moisturising mask. I wear makeup occasionally but not all the time
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    I wish I was one of those people with good skin genes. I use two different cleansers per day. One in the morning and one at night.

    I recommend neutrogena acne wash oil free. Its soft and delicate on the skin. I use that in the morning and use clarisonic mia electric scrub brush for deep cleansing.

    In the night I use kiehl rare earth deep pore daily cleanser with the brush too. I used to use origins frothy face wash for the morning but run out so I brought the neutrogena acne wash oil free as a replacement. The origins frothy face wash is expensive and really soft especially for the little bottle which is 12 dollars but I made it last for 4 months though.
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    I have to say, I really like Superdrug's Clearly Youthful Range... I think it may be for older women, but it really cleared up some pigment discolouration I had on my cheeks from not letting spots heal quickly. The overnight serum is great - as is the cream cleanser. I haven't dried the day serum or the moisturizer.


    http://www.superdrug.com/search?text...early+Youthful

    It's really affordable as well.
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    I only use cruelty free cosmetics because I am basically a hipster.
    I mainly use lush cosmetics, I thought for a while they only only sold bath products but I was recommended to use their celestial moisturiser and it did help my skin but I have failed to find anything to solve my dry skin on my face properly. I tried other products by lush too and nothing has solved it properly, my foundation looks stupid because of my dry skin! Although, I used one product at some point that I noticed a real difference with but I can't REMEMBER WHAT IT WAS CALLED. Also I have a lush facemask called "cupcake" I use occasionally.
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    (Original post by Dilsz)
    If in the wrong section please move to beauty as it was just intending on being a general discussion

    Just a curious thread as to what everyone uses for their daily facial skincare / bodycare etc
    So I use

    Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
    http://www.boots.com/en/Liz-Earle-Me...r-Kit_1551226/

    Original Source Mint and Tea Tree Shower gel
    http://www.boots.com/en/Original-Sou...wer-250ml_621/

    Aztec Secret Indian Healing Facial Clay
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aztec-Secre.../dp/B0014P8L9W

    That's about it
    so glad a thread has been made about this. been researching products online (as i need some new ones for my face, summer always makes me breakout )

    will definitely research the ones you have listed here

    ive just recently invested in the Kiehls Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser! im really loving it!!
    I also like to use the Lush, Black Angel as a face mask- its really good

    ive been looking at Murad and Origins products, as i need an exfoliator
    do you know any you would recommend for acne prone skin?
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    (Original post by Shadow Hunters)
    I only use cruelty free cosmetics because I am basically a hipster.
    I mainly use lush cosmetics, I thought for a while they only only sold bath products but I was recommended to use their celestial moisturiser and it did help my skin but I have failed to find anything to solve my dry skin on my face properly. I tried other products by lush too and nothing has solved it properly, my foundation looks stupid because of my dry skin! Although, I used one product at some point that I noticed a real difference with but I can't REMEMBER WHAT IT WAS CALLED. Also I have a lush facemask called "cupcake" I use occasionally.
    Cetaphil is AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING for dry skin!
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    right now i do neutrogena grapefruit not overdrying cleanser :P then i use kojic acid soap cos i want lighter skin atm. and then i moisturise with E45, and when i go out i use spf 50 sun cream.
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    I happened to try a lot of different skin/facial products in my quest to find something that was suitable for my sensitive skin. I found a lot of products that were marketed for sensitive skin actually contained a lot of ingredients that were not suitable at all.

    Luckily for me i stumbled across Green People, a Organic and truly natural skincare company. Great for anybody that suffers with sensitive/ eczema type skin or who is looking to stay away from any of the harsh man made chemicals you see in your average, but sometimes more expensive skincare.

    Furthermore they don't test any of their products on animals which is a massive plus, and 10% of each purchase goes to the Marine Conservation Society.

    I use the men's range. Far better than any thing iv'e tried on the high street. Obviously everyone's different though so use what works for you.

    https://www.greenpeople.co.uk
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    I just wash it with soap and havent worn make up in years.
 
 
 
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